John F. Kennedy Dictabelt Recording. Please refer to the John F. Kennedy Dictabelt finding aid for more information. ( 2 reviews ) Topic: John F. Kennedy Source: John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Digital copy from the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
New homes go on display as part of a builders' promotion in outlying neighborhoods of Birmingham, Alabama. Kinescope of a locally aired television program. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Birmingham, Alabama, Houses and homes: Building, Houses and homes: Sales
Bobby has been known to break a few chairs. All the more reason we alpha cats are excited to bring out his first album as the newest addition to our artist roster. Crafted during a time of intense personal scrutiny, here we have the finest tracks produced by Bobby, of which there were many. You can expect to be rocked by the ultra-tectonic vibrations of Manfire glory, visits to happy places and trippy cafeteria halls shaken by divine beats. Need we say more? Check it or thou shalt certainly... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Acid, Jungle, Experimental
Using optical printing techniques, Iota explodes a moment in timecaptured on a fragment of decaying film and attempts to look at artifacts of time, place and celluloid that are otherwise easily (dis)missed. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Films: Orphan Films, Filmmakers: Carolyn Faber
Shows the detailed steps necessary to achieve a high standard of cleanliness in a public restroom and presents the opinions, attitudes and personal feelings of the men who do the job, giving voice in particular to a janitor in a university building. Director: James W. Hall. Janitor: Hance Nelson. ( 14 reviews ) Topics: Occupations: Janitorial, Health and hygiene, Occupations: Building maintenance
Disturbing and sometimes maudlin trilogy of accidents and their effects on railroad workers and their families, shot with virtuosity in working-class Los Angeles. ( 16 reviews ) Topics: Safety: Occupational, Transportation: Railroad, Occupations: Transportation
This outrageous parody of the prototype 'commercial' family was apparently made as an in-house joke by one of the largest producers of television commercials. Their clients would have never seen this gem, which parodies products as well as the people that buy them. ( 15 reviews ) Topics: parody, advertisement, asian